For Developers and Programmers


Converters for converting Church Slavonic texts into Unicode from various legacy codepages.


APIs for developing Church Slavonic-aware applications provide a variety of tools, such as collation (sorting), string comparison, conversion between Church Slavonic and Russian (modern) orthography, automated generation of Slavonic numerals, and more.


Church Slavic hyphenation patterns

Web Fonts

If you wish to display Church Slavonic text on your website or blog, you can simply add a reference to our stylesheet in the HEAD section of your document:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="" type="text/css">

All of the necessary fonts will be loaded automatically. To use the fonts, just declare the appropriate CSS classes, for example:

.slavonic {
  font-family: 'Ponomar Unicode';

If you do not wish to load the fonts from our server but would rather place the embeddable web fonts on your own server, you can download the embeddable web font package and un-zip it to some directory on your server.

The package provides all of the fonts in WOFF2, WOFF, EOT (for Internet Explorer), and TTF formats, which should work with all modern browsers, as well as a working CSS stylesheet to get you started.

The web fonts are distributed under the same license as the installable fonts; see the legal page for details.

Miscellaneous Resources